Warm, Sweet and Cheesy: International Comfort Foods
Different nations and cultures have their own warming, nostalgia-inducing comfort food classics. Grilled cheese and tomato soup are typical American staples -- what are some other well-loved comfort foods from around the world?
Currywurst is a sweet and sour concoction that combines curry-spiked tomato sauce with sausage. Where did this dish originate?
Korean bibimbap is a hot, filling one-bowl meal. What ingredients are commonly found in this dish?
rice, egg and vegetables
rice noodles, egg and vegetable
meat and vegetables -- no rice
True or False: Invented in Mexico, tostadas are made with fried corn tortillas. Think open taco shell.
It depends: A tostada can be made from a flour tortilla.
You have a cold and your taste buds are shot, but you want something other than chicken noodle soup. A friend suggests pho. Pho is a signature dish from which country in Asia?
According to a survey by British television channel Good Food, what's the most popular British comfort food?
fish and chips
baked beans on toast
bangers and mash
In Quebec, poutine is the ultimate comfort food. The base of the dish is french fries. What ingredients transform french fries into poutine?
mayonnaise and ketchup
brown gravy and cheese curds
What ingredient adds the zest to Hungarian goulash?
Dosas, a street food in South India, have made their way to the streets of Manhattan. What food would you compare a dosa to?
Papusas are a corn dough stuffed with a filling like pork or cheese. Travel to this country for a great papusa:
Chicken stock, egg and lemon make a tangy yet rich soup in what country?